ann smith
Ann Smith, 91 years old, died at D & D Quality Care on Tuesday, February 12, 2013. She was the daughter of the late Mike and Helen Skreda Maczko. She was also preceded in death by her husband Albert and son Robert Smith. Mrs. Smith is survived by daughters Voneta (Paul) Miller, Patty (Jim) Gerlando and Gayle (Howard) Geisenheimer; nine grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren and one great-great grandchild. Ann was Catholic by faith, a homemaker, avid golfer and gardener. Funeral services will be held privately at Greco-Hertnick Funeral Home, Weirton on Thursday. Her family would like to thank D & D Quality Care for their compassionate care.

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  1. My deepest sympathy to Sissy, Patty and Gay. Aunt Annie was my favorite She will be missed. My she rest in peace

  2. My deepest regards to all of you. Aunt Annie will definitely be remembered by me for the Sugar Daddy pops she always had in the hall closet when we came to visit. Also I will always remember the purple skirt and sweater she bought me when I stayed with her in the summer.

  3. MY thoughts and prayers are with you Ann and your family. You will be missed greatly by your friends and neighbors.To Ann’s family..she was a great strong woman. I myself won’t be able to start a lawnmower without thoughts of her!! God bless!!


  5. We are sorry to hear that Ann has passed away. Always enjoyed our visits with her. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

  6. our prayers are with the family for your loss. we feel like we knew her just talking to all her neighbors . God bless you all

  7. Hearts and prayers are with the family. Many memories of the picnics and gatherings we all shared at Aunt Annie’s home. These good times will always rememebered.

  8. Everyone should have the good memories that I have of Aunt Annie’s family. I was a part of their trips and sunday picnics. We laughed, played games and ate great food. Gayle and I spent many hours playing store, house, doing dance shows and dress-up because Aunt Annie let us be as creative as we could. I remember raiding the frig late at night for Klondike bars and the fruit slices in the hall closet. This was a very important part of my life and thanks to her and Uncle Albert’s kindness and generosity I was made to feel a part of their family. Fond memories are in my heart…gayle, patti, and sissie and family are there too. you were Blessed to have your Mom and her smiling face will forever be shining down on you and your families. She took great care of all of you and was proud. karen

  9. Voneta & other family members, Please accept my deepest sympathy on the loss of your dear mother. I pray that God will grant her Eternal Peace. Delores

  10. To my dearest & best friend, God Bless you & all the family members. I know Ann is happy to be in such a beautiful place with no worries & at peace. Our love & prayers go out to all of you.

  11. Gay, Howard, Lindi, and Tori, and other family members. Please accept our deepest sympathy. Your Mom has been in our prayers for a long time. I am sure she is at peace now and in extremely good hands. Kathi and Bob Ryan

  12. Patty and family, I’m so sorry for your loss! My heartfelt condolences to your entire family! May your wonderful memories help in this difficult time!

  13. Heart felt symphaty to my cousins, Sissy, Pat and Gay. Aunt Annie was LOVED by so many. Thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  14. Dear Voneta, You lost your beloved Mother, but gained a lifetime of warm and wonderful memories. I did not know her…but I knew you as a consummate charmer. And that runs in the family. A golfer and a gardener always leaves cherished footprints in their wake. You are Blessed. My prayers to your Family. Marie (Class of ’53)

  15. Dear Patty and family, Our condolences to all of you in the loss of your lovely mother. Will always remember playing golf with her, and Ray will always remember being her paperboy. I will also cherish my time with her at D&D while I was there with my mom. May they both rest in peace. Our love to all.

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